Karen Ronne, daughter of Capt. (USN ret.) and Mrs. Finn Ronne of Bethesda, Md., and Alan Russell Tupek, son of Mrs. Josephine J. Tupek of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and Mr. Mitchell J. Tupek of Manchester, Conn., were married in a double ring ceremony last Saturday evening at St. Alban's Parish by the Rev. Lloyd A. Clarke.
Deborah A. Domjanovic of St. Louis, Mo. was the maid of honor and Nancy Anderson, Lois Hollander, Francine Obermiller and Joani Powell, all of the Washington, D.C. area, were bridesmaidss. The groom had his father as best man and the ushers were Gene King, Thomas Mesenbourg, Clark Readler, and Edwin Robison, all of this area.
The reception was given at Hillandale Estate in Georgetown by Mr. John D. Archbold. The couple departed for their Bermuda honeymoon by a pony drawn carriage.
Mrs. Tupek, a graduate of the Sidwell Friends School and Washington University, is an architect with the Veterans Administration. Her father is the internationally known Norwegian born polar explorer who in 1946, accompanied by his wife, headed the Ronne Antarctica Research Expedition. They were the first husband and wife team to land on the South Pole.
Mr. Tupek, whose father is a retired engineer, is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with an MS from the University of Connecticut. He is a mathematical statistician at the Bureau of the Census. He and his bride will reside in this city. CAPTION: Picture, no caption